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Fox Feature Syndicate (also known as Fox Comics and Fox Publications) was a comic book publisher from early in the period known to fans and historians as the Golden Age of Comic Books. Founded by entrepreneur Victor S. Fox, it produced such titles as Blue Beetle, Fantastic Comics and Mystery Men Comics.

Colossal Features Magazine: “Classic ‘Women in Prison’ Cover”

During the Golden Age of comic books, which roughly spanned from the late 1930s to the early 1950s, the medium saw a rich exploration of various genres and…

The Flame

The Flame is a fictional superhero character who made his debut in Wonderworld Comics #3 (July, 1939), published by Fox Feature Syndicate during the Golden Age of comics….

Science Comics

Fox Feature Syndicate was a comic book publisher that operated in the mid-20th century. The company was founded in the late 1930s by Victor Fox. Fox had noticed…

Mystery Men Comics

One of the greatest comic book titles, back in the day Mystery Men was a synonym for super-heroes. Mystery Men Comics #9 (April 1940) was published by Fox…

My Confession

There were a lot of comics with the word “confession” in the title during the romance comic craze of the 1950’s.  But in my opinion, from that whole…

Famous Crimes

The headline blared “True Stories of Cold-Blooded Killers!” on the very first issue of Famous Crimes. Fox Feature Syndicate jumped headlong into a rising wave of crime genre popularity with…

Women Outlaws

With a cover title like “True Stories of Famous Western Gun Gals” it was almost assured to draw the attention of both readers and the anti-comic psychiatrist  Fredric…

Sunny

Sunny, America’s Sweetheart #11 and #13*, published by Fox Feature Syndicate, are dated December 1947 and April 1948, respectively. Although the Sunny comic series had a brief run…

Crimes by Women

Crimes by Women #14*  from Fox Feature Syndicate  is dated August 1950. Pulp novel website Criminal Element has a tremendous write-up of the series, so no use in me repeating the…

Judy Canova

Much in the same vein as of My Friend Irma, Judy Canova wasn’t just a title of a comic book, but rather one part of a multi-media juggernaut…